Corporate Surrey Day Ride


The Surrey Hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is one of 37 nationally protected landscapes in England, and was one of the first landscapes to be designated an AONB  in 1958, with its beauty being considered equivalent to that of a National Park.

This nationally treasured landscape stretches across a quarter of the county of Surrey and includes the chalk slopes of the North Downs from Farnham in the west to Oxted in the east and extends south to Haselmere.

Cycling is the ideal way to see and experience the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The huge success of the 2012 Olympics has seen an influx in cyclists visiting the area along with the annual Ride Prudential race and sportive weekend.

Famous climbs such as Box Hill, Leith Hill and Whitedown are all within a short ride and can be conquered on a memorable day out in the saddle.

The Surrey Hills are easily accessible to London with a short train journey taking you out to Epsom from London Waterloo. It is also easily accessible by car, just off the M25 junction 9.

Itinerary

The Surrey Hills provide the perfect backdrop to your cycling event

If these routes are a bit too long, or even not hard enough, then get in touch with the Bikecation team and we will custom build an itinerary for you.

Day Ride:

Arrive in Epsom. A buffet breakfast will be laid on for you at a gastropub whilst you meet the Bikecation team who will talk you through the days ride before helping you with getting ready with your bikes.

You will set off in groups with a professional ride guide leading you out towards the Surrey Hills. The first part of the ride allows you time to warm up with a gentle, undulating route. From Dorking the riding will become harder, with both the long drag of Leith Hill and the steep banks of Barhatch Lane to contend with. The midway stop on the route will be in the pretty village of Shere, where we will stop for coffee and cake before continuing. An optional loop including two more iconic Surrey Hills climbs, Combe Lane and Newlands Corner take you onto the final run past Peaslake and then up the punchy White Down and eventually over to Box Hill, the main climb of the 2012 Olympic Course.

There are just a few miles more back from Box Hill to the pub where a late lunch is booked in before departing home.

Inclusions:

Professional Bikecation Ride Guides 1:10

Fully Qualified Bike Mechanic 1:15

Breakfast buffet, pre-ride

Sit down lunch mid-afternoon, post-ride

Sports nutrition and drinks for riders when out on the ride

Risk Assessed Route

Bikecation Information pack, including GPX routes

TTA Financial Protection

Enquiry Form

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